• Dates with green backgrounds Available to book immediately
  • Dates with orange backgrounds Booking on Request (Allow less than 24 hours for SMS/Text/Email Response)
  • Dates with blue backgrounds Property information only

Tarraleah - Tarraleah, CENTRAL TASMANIA

, , Tarraleah, CENTRAL TASMANIA Australia (Holiday House) Show map

Note: It is the responsibility of the hotel chain and/or the individual property to ensure the accuracy of the photos displayed. This website is not responsible for any inaccuracies in the photos

Description:

The Cottages at Tarraleah, hand built by Tasmanian craftsmen in the 1930’s and furnished with care, these self contained one to three bedroom holiday cottages are charming, warm and comfortable.

The Scholars House - back to school in the former Highland schoolhouse, the recently converted two storey apartments have a queen size bedroom upstairs, bathroom and sitting area downstairs with a flat screen TV and dvd. There are family and ‘less-abled’ rooms and everyone has access to a fully equipped laundry, internet, a large ‘Chef’s kitchen’, rocking horse and a fireside snug.

The Lodge for special occasions, indulgent moments or just because you deserve it: silk covered king size beds, huge indulgent bathrooms, cliff top hot tub, Tasmanian fine dinning, contemporary art, over 200 malts in The Library Bar. Deluxe rooms and suites with views and style.


Children: 17 and under

Establishment/
Room Type
Full Rate Tue 19 Feb Wed 20 Feb Thu 21 Feb Fri 22 Feb Sat 23 Feb Sun 24 Feb Mon 25 Feb Tue 26 Feb Wed 27 Feb Thu 28 Feb Fri 01 Mar Sat 02 Mar Sun 03 Mar Mon 04 Mar
14 Days
Tarraleah , , Tarraleah (Holiday House) Show map
AU$
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
AU$
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
Request
Quote
RATES INCLUDE LOCAL TAXES AND FEES UNLESS STATED

Location:

Geographically, Tarraleah is 20 kms from the physical centre of Tasmania, between Strahan and Hobart, right on the edge of World Heritage areas, two National Parks and the Tasmanian wilderness.


Engineers Cottage

Room Type:

Cottage

Room Information:

Engineers Cottages at Tarraleah - hand built by Tasmanian craftsmen in the 1930’s and furnished with care, these self contained,three bedroom holiday cottages are charming, warm and comfortable. Bedding is 2 queen beds and 2 single beds, accommodation up to 6 persons. There is a modern bathroom plus a DVD player and television A full kitchen, dining area and laundry are all included.

Occupancy:

Included in the published rate is 2 adults. (Maximum occupancy - 6 guests). Of the extra guests 4 may be an adult.


Architects Cottage

Room Type:

Cottage

Room Information:

Architects Cottages at Tarraleah - with great views. Hand built by Tasmanian craftsmen in the 1930’s and furnished with care, these self contained,three bedroom holiday cottages are charming, warm and comfortable. Bedding is 2 queen beds and 2 single beds, accommodation up to 6 persons. There is a modern bathroom plus a DVD player and television. A full kitchen, dining area and laundry are all included.

Occupancy:

Included in the published rate is 2 adults. (Maximum occupancy - 6 guests). Of the extra guests 4 may be an adult.

Check-in Time:

2pm

Check-out Time:

10am

Local Attractions:

1. The Moonlight Monsters Tour An evening guided wildlife walk spotting wombats, Tasmanian devils, possums and wallaby - weather permitting. 2. Walk, walk, walk Go somewhere other than straight to the pub. Gentle walks through towering gums and huge ferns are a good introduction to the Tasmanian wilderness before really striking out 3. Breakfast with the platypus Led by a guide this is a spectacular mountain bike downhill run at your own pace to the river below , with platypus spotting en route and then a wilderness gourmet breakfast in the bush cooked your guide. On the return polite guests enjoy a lift back up the hill. 4. Learn to Fly Fish The Tasmanian Highlands have a global reputation for wild brown trout. Learn the art and craft of fly fishing with Australia’s best guides, tie your own flies, and then bring home the wildest brown trout nature can find. 5. A Soak in the Cliff Top Hot Tub Stay in luxury at The Lodge. Snuggle under silk doonas and mohair throws, ponder the choice of over two hundred malt whiskies or just soak up the view from the hot tub with that special person and a bottle of champagne. Bookings include a four course dinner and gourmet breakfats and interrogating the Butler. 6. Secret Lake Kayaking Be safely guided to wild places – half or full day bike and kayaking expeditions. With our Adventure Guides you will be taken to some very special places for a unique experience. 7. High Altitude Golf We have Tasmania’s highest nine hole golf course established for over 60 years with beautiful mature trees and stunning drives. Green fees and club hire from Adventure Tarraleah. It is likely that your strokeplay will be laughed at by the Kookaburras and if you are lucky enough to play night golf the hazards are mobile. This is not a championship course , it is a course for champions who delight in the noble game 8. 4wd tours Let our guides show you some of the fascinating history and spectacular scenery in the Tasmanian Highlands. Full and half day tours include visits to places seldom seen or permitted and can be specifically tailored to most interests. Meet the locals; see wilderness, wildlife and some of the unique lifestyles of the Highlands. 9. Help feed the Highland Cattle. Meet Fergus, Angus and the girls - plus their hairy little calves. Check for daily timing, bring the camera and expect a lick. 10. Enjoy a glass of 'Hairy Pinot' at the Highlander Arms Our own private label pinot noir - and then a glass of 'Four Horns Riesling', 'Two Tails Chardonnay' and ask about the soon to be released, 'Dizzy Blonde'.

Loading indicator Loading map...

Enter your address to obtain directions to this location:

Reviews

Traveller Rating Traveller Review
Cleanliness Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick

Sheena Jeoffreys
A lovely setting and very friendly staff. Enjoyed seeing the Highland cows and lots of ducks and kangaroos. The food at the pub was great.

 

Australia

Tuesday, 23 Nov 2010

Facilities Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick
Service Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick
Location Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick
Value Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick
Overall Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick